Giorgio Vigna – “Scultura Aurea”

2134,01 CORALLO

Giorgio Vigna is one of the artists shown in Scultura Aurea. Artist Jewellery for a new Renaissance exhibition which is held at Palazzo Ducale (Urbino) until September 8, 2019. The exhibition, curated by Paola Stroppiana, offers an overview of 20th and 21st-century art jewellery; it presents over 140 works made by 46 international artists, highlighting both contributions and influences all while emphasizing the revolutionary scope of exchange between the arts in the field of goldsmithing. Among the jewels by Giorgio Vigna also exhibited Corallo, a necklace made of Murano glass belonging to the Olnick Spanu Collection.

Photo: Corallo, necklace, 2013, Murano glass, copper and silver, Olnick Spanu Collection -New York, photo by Francesca Moscheni

When


Starts: May 31, 2019
Ends: September 8, 2019

Where


Palazzo Ducale di Urbino
Piazza Rinascimento 13
Urbino (PU)

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it
Curated by: Paola Stroppiana
Press release: download here

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